Monday, November 22, 2010

Seasonal Affective Disorder

I do believe that SAD is real.
And I do believe that it strikes people beginning in November.

And my son brought home a book today that he MADE in school, that perfectly illustrates all of the reasons why SAD kicks off its strains of "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight" this month:

(In case you can't read it, I will translate)

No green grass.
No blue sky.

No bare feet walking by.

No birds. No Bees.

No leaves on trees.

No vember.

That's about how I feel about it too!

Moving on...
Bring back the summer!


Michelle said...

I cannot believe that this is part of Kindergarten curriculum. "No" wonder I feel depressed. They started brainwashing me when I was 5.

Anonymous said...

No birds? No bees? What do people do to keep warm in the winter months?

Anonymous said...

be ye thankful for the change in seasons.....and trees that look like trees (not caricatures of trees)...whether they lose their leaves or not...just saying!...sandy